The Possibilities are Endless when we Bridge the Humanities with Science.
To celebrate this incredible legacy and discover opportunities for our future, Indiana Humanities wants you to take the leap with us for Quantum Leap. Together we’ll explore the spirit of possibility and problem-solving when we bridge the humanities with STEM.
Through grants, a new radio series, a statewide read of Frankenstein in 2018 and events such as field trips to places of scientific discovery or engineering marvels, we’ll learn more about how we question, tinker, invent and imagine—and what the consequences are for those innovations.
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Frankenstein Weekend Retreat | March 23-24 | DePauw University
Join us at DePauw University’s Prindle Institute for Ethics for our deepest dive into Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein yet! We’ll kick things off Friday night with a keynote presentation from Dr. Richard Gunderman, followed by a cocktail hour and dinner party inspired by the book. On Saturday, we’ll enjoy a full day of stimulating talks by renowned Frankenstein experts.
Books, Brains, and Booze | March 27 | Centerpoint Brewing
- This month's conversation features a discussion of Maggots, Murder, and Men: Memories and Reflections from a Forensic Entomologist by Dr. Zakaria Erzinclioglu lead by Christine Picard, PhD, Forensic and Investigative Sciences, IUPUI